Our first auction item of the day is for something you just don’t see everyday: a C-20E Gulfstream III Aircraft currently being held in Tuscon, Arizona! This aircraft has a total of 17,313.6 total hours logged and approximately 10,495 total cycles. It’s also fully operational and is in perfect working condition both inside and out. It additionally features Communication, Navigation, and Surveillance Packages as well. As of right now the aircraft is sealed in a “preserve status” in order to protect it. The current asking price for it is $20,000 with no bids as of yet. The winning bidder will be solely responsible for any removal fees. If you’d like to learn more about this aircraft, how to schedule an appointment to preview it, and more, then all you have to do is click here in order to activate your 3 day free trial.
Next up on the auction block is this 1974 Cessna 310Q Aircraft, Tail# N69HB. With its white and dark blue striped exterior, this plane is ready to take to the skies (with a little bit of handiwork). This aircraft has Twin-McCauley propellers, and Twin Continental 470 series engines, Arnay R-50 GPS, Garmin GNS430 navigation, a Bendiz/King transponder, and much much more! The itnerior is in fair condition but needs a bit of work. The fabric seats are cracked, there is some molding cracking inside the cockpit, and the carpet and headliner is in fair condition. The exterior is in average condition with some chipping around the nose as well as some cracking on the cowls around the props. A thorough inspection of this plane is strongly recommended and flight logs will be available upon request. The current asking price for this aircraft is just $30,1000 with 8 online bids already made. This auction will be ending in just 4 days, 1 hour, and 36 minutes so if you’d like to learn more about it, then all you have to do is click here right now to activate your 3 day free trial.
Next up on the auction block and currently available for online bid is this 1980 Beechcraft King Air C90 Aircraft. With a current aircraft time of 13,701 hours, 17,968 landings, and 22,405 cycles; this professionally maintained aircraft is in good condition and ready to take to the skies! All avionics have been installed as well which includes: a Rockwell Collins radar, Sperry autopilot and Airdata, and a Garmin GPS model 430. All of the planes logs are available by request and a thorough physical inspection is also strongly recommended. The current asking price for this beautiful aircraft is just $15,000 with no bids as of yet. If you want more information on this auction and how to go about participating in it, then all you need to do is click here to begin your 3 day free trial account!
Sneak a peak at this next auction for a beautiful 2010 Cessna T206H Stationair N5251G Aircraft that will be going up for online bid in the coming weeks. This single engine piston turbo plane appears to be in great condition both inside and out. The airframe has 195 hours of use and the engine has 170 hours of use. Inside of it you’ll find a 5 leather seats, an Amsafe inflatable restraint system, Garmin G 100 Avionics package with backup attitude gyro, altimeter, and airspeed indicator. This aircraft also features 92 gallon fuel capacity, a three blade propeller, R134A Air conditioning, oversized wheels, rudder pedal extensions, and more. The starting bid for this aircraft will be set at $500 so if you’d like to learn more about it and how to g about participating, then all you have to do is click here to activate your 3 day free trial.
Got 2.8 million dollars laying around? If you do, then you should definitely check out this next auction for a Boeing Chinook CH-47D Helicopter that is now currently available for online bid. This heavy lift tandem rotor cargo helicopter (serial # 90-00202). This helicopter has been decommissioned and is now being offered up to the general public. We have no idea what condition its in either, that’s why it is strongly recommended that all potential bidders come in and preview the chopper in person prior to bidding on it online. A special DLA form must also be completed by the winning bidder then submitted for approval by the Department of Defense (sorry, terrorists) before the sale is actually completed. There are no bids on this aircraft yet, and the auction ends in 8 days, 21 hours, 26 minutes so if you’d like to find out more about it, then click here to activate your free trial account.
Check out this next deal now currently up for auction. It’s for a 1972 Bell OH-58 Helicopter, Model A. This helicopter has been decommissioned and cannibalized; so it’s missing major components such as the engine, maintenance logs, and possibly more. The aircraft was previously used for non flight purposes and it is recommended for scrap use only. All potential bidders are strongly encouraged to physically inspect it prior to bidding. The winning bidder will also be solely responsible for the aircraft’s removal so all bidders should keep that in mind. The current asking price for this auction item is just $100 (the reserve has not been met) with just 9 days, 3 hours, and 26 minutes left to bid. Click here right now to find out more about this online auction before it’s too late!
Well here’s an auction you don’t see everyday. It’s for a 1980 Messerschmitt-Boelkow Blohm Eurocopter model, BO105 (S/N: S-458: Tail#: N70EG) that will be going up for live auction on January 29th, 2014. This Eurocopter is currently being held in a Police hanger somewhere in the great state of Massachusetts and will be available for live preview a day before the actual live auction takes place. Inside of this magnificent piece of machinery you’ll find a Collins radar/altimeter, a King/Collings transponder (model 696), a Garmin VHF/NAV, Collins HSI, Collins VOR, and a whole lot more. Logbooks are also included in the sale. It’s not everyday that you see a helicopter up for auction so if you’re serious about purchasing this well oiled machined then you’d better click here right now in order to activate your 3 day free trial account.
Got a million dollars but you don’t know how to spend it? Well how about using that money to buy this Boeing CH-47D Chinook Helicopter! This heavy lift tandem rotor cargo aircraft is currently available for online bid via a popular government surplus website. It was previously used by a government agency (we’re not sure which), but has since been declared as surplus and is now available for live bid to the general public. The winning bidder of this auction must fill out a DLA form and submit it for approval to the Department of Defense before getting the aircraft. Like we stated earlier, the current price for this helicopter is 1 million dollars, with no bids as of yet, and the online auction for the item will be ending in exactly 1 day, 21 hours, and 6 minutes. Click here now if you’d like to learn more about this Chinook and how to go about bidding on it.
Also going up for live bid in Riverside, California on November 6th, 2013 is this Hubsan H301F Spy Hawk 2.4G Airplane. This revolutionary radio controlled aircraft not only gives the user a first person view thanks to it’s 3.5″ LCD monitor on the transmitter, but it also it ready to fly right out of the box! Made from a very sturdy crash resistant foam, the Spy Hawk features a built in stabilization system making it the perfect choice for beginners and experienced flyers as well. And once your plane is airborne, you’ll be able to view the world thanks to its front mounted 5 megapixel camera! This item normally retails for over $200 in stores, but if you attend this upcoming live seized property auction, be prepared to pay a fraction of the retail price. So what are you waiting for? Click here to begin your 3 day free trial account.
Going up for live auction in just 1 day is this 1972 Piper Single Engine Aircraft, Model PA28-180 (Serial Number: 28-7205315). This fixed wing aircraft will be sold in Fort Wayne, Indiana to the highest bidder. If you’re looking for an amazing deal on aircraft without having to fork over your lifesavings, then this is definitely a deal you should consider. This aircraft has approximately 3,148 hours of engine and airframe hours under its belt. Log books are available for the plan. Unfortunately the plane itself is not currently airworthy due to a cracked block on the engine as well as a bad propeller, but with a little work and some know-how it can be fixed up and good as new in no time. The minimum starting bid for this Piper is just $3,000. If you’d like to learn more about this live auction so that you may attend it, then simply click here to activate your 3 day free trial account.